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2016 Year Graduates (English Philology & American Studies)

School of Education, Humanities and Social Sciences

One more cohort of graduates of the BA English Philology Programme, the Faculty of Education and Humanities successfully defended their BA thesis in the English linguistics, Anglo-American literature and English language teaching. Students presented wonderful pieces of work covering a wide variety of topics: modern trends and approaches in English language teaching, classroom management, amazing literature of Victorian

England, Gothic scary novels and mysterious characters enchanting readers even in 21st century, the specificity of the English language, structure, and vocabulary, the nuances of the development of the English language, and many other issues within the scope of the field of English philology. The lecturers were happy to witness how once humble young people have

turned into confident speakers showing their knowledge and expertise. We are proud of the graduates of the year 2016. We are not saying good bye to you; we are saying hello to young colleagues and friends; here they are:

Mariam Datukishvili

Rahman Demirkol

Cagdas Dincol

Mustafa Elmas

Nino Gogoladze

Lana Jomidava

Sumeyye Kaanoglu

Yakup Kilic

Nino Kardava

Guranda Khabeishvili

Ketevan Khmaladze

Nini Manjavidze

Songul Ozcan

Muhammed Fatih Ozel

Sehriban Sen

Zeynep Tasdemir

Celal Tomris

Fahriye Nur Unal